HAITC students win first prizes at national college students’ translation competition
Two HAITC students, Fan Xuecong and Wang Xueting, were awarded first prizes at the finals of the fourth Puyi Awards – a national college students' translation competition, in the English-Chinese and Chinese-English groups, respectively.
Representing HAITC, their translational skills were highly approved by the reviewers. Their final works on topics related to "job seeking by graduates" and "pandemic volunteers" won them the first prizes in their respective groups.
The competition registered over 30,000 entrants, of whom more than 6,000 made it to the finals. First prices were rewarded to about 100 finalists in both groups.
This marks the best outcomes by HNU students in this competition, with three students winning first prizes.
The event was co-sponsored by Overseas English magazine, 52jingsai.com and 172xiaoyuan.com, working jointly with a host of foreign language research entities of Chinese universities.
Recognized as a foreign-language competition brand, over 250,000 students from over 1,500 universities across China have participated in the translation and writing competitions.